A History of Christ’s Chapel in 10 Objects
6pm & 7pm
A rare opportunity to see at close quarters books, manuscripts and other artefacts drawn from the collections of Dulwich College reflecting the history of Christ’s Chapel over significant and often turbulent periods in the nation’s life. Material with iconic status will illustrate major periods of change in politics, belief and society such as the English Reformation, the world of Edward Alleyn and his Chapel foundation, the Civil War era and onto the by no means plain sailing of the 18th century in Dulwich enlivened with some colourful personalities of the times. From the plain looking to the finely made all of which has significance in bringing to life the four hundred years of Chapel history.
Old Library, Dulwich College. Tickets: £10, concession £8, under 18s £6
Gerard and the Watchmen with Oh Sister supporting
Relax into the rich harmonies and soothing rhythms of Dave Gerard, Alex Bayly and Tobias Humble. Catch their ethereal lyrics amidst the decadent surroundings of beautiful Belair. Soulful sounds from Oh Sister will open the evening. Not to be missed. “Really impressed, knocked out!“ – Bob Harris, Radio 2.
Belair House, Gallery Road, SE21 7AB. Tickets £10.
Festival Youth Concert
Come and hear talented pupils from local primary and secondary schools making music of an exceptionally high standard and of an unbelievable variety.
Kingsdale School. Tickets: £5, under 16s £2, family ticket: £10 (2 adults & 2 children).
Tickets available at dulwichfestival.co.uk